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Assessment of Enabling Environment for Sustainable Enterprise (EESE) in Nepal

FDM conducted an assessment of EESE for initiated by International Labour organization (ILO) in six districts across four sectors – tourism, Information Communication and Technology (ICT), manufacturing and agriculture. The study aimed at examining the perception of employers about the sustainable enterprise and its possibilities in Nepal and examining if the existing business environment is conducive to the sustainable enterprises. The research also created an evidence base related to existing business environment and potentials for sustainable enterprises for policy change. The study embedded the qualitative and quantitative research method, where the quantitative survey for formal enterprises was based on the ILO EESE questionnaire extracted and adopted specifically for the Nepali context.

Donor: ILO

Study Area: Kathmandu, Kaski, Morang, Rupandehi, Chitwan and Banke

Sample size: 622 business enterprises

Stakeholders consulted: Business associations and government stakeholders

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